Khmer rouge changed Cambodia to a crazy country, a country behind a mirror. You will notice it as soon as you across the border. You can test the adventure, but every step you take and every move you make, it turns out your destiny.  This is Cambodia in 2000. It’s a decade ago. In Buddhism, what you did in the previous life is the result of this life. I am perhaps just very lucky. I don’t know what it would feel to starve, but I can understand that it’s terribly painful. I can still smell Phnom Penh in 2000 in my nose. Phnom Penh was like a ghost town, or even worse – thieves. Every Cambodian has a story of a friend or relative, often more than one, who lost their lives at the hands of the murderous Khmer Rouge. Cambodia is also one of the most heavily mined countries in the world. There is something you might wonder is why Cambodian are very poor, but they still want to share their little food. Food is really important. Cambodian are always in group, even when they sleep. If they had to sleep alone, they’d feel weird and unprotected. The whole family sleep in one room. They even use the same toothbrush.